13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My double marker report came today and it shows low risk.... Is there anything to worry??

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Answer: Hi dear, it won't be a problem, it is fine if some results are high then doctor might go with triple marker scan but that too if risk is high.
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    Rinku Th401 days ago

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